Focused Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (FACT) Part 2, Wellington

22/10/2020 @ All Day – For more information and to register>> This advanced-level course is intensely practical, with a strong emphasis on skills-development. You’ll discover a treasure-trove of simple but powerful tools, techniques and processes that you can immediately start using to enhance your work and help your clients rapidly progress to post-traumatic growth. This workshop assumes at least a […]

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Anxiety at School with Karen Young – Auckland

20/10/2020 @ All Day – To Register>> As much as school can nurture, nourish and build children and adolescents, the very nature of school means that it can also be abundant with anxiety triggers that can significantly compromise their growth and development. Anxiety can be fuelled by anything unfamiliar or any situation that comes with the potential for embarrassment, failure, […]

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Anxiety at School with Karen Young – Whangarei

19/10/2020 @ All Day – To Register>> As much as school can nurture, nourish and build children and adolescents, the very nature of school means that it can also be abundant with anxiety triggers that can significantly compromise their growth and development. Anxiety can be fuelled by anything unfamiliar or any situation that comes with the potential for embarrassment, failure, […]

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Rhythm2Recovery Facilitator Training

14/11/2020 – 15/11/2020 @ All Day – To Register>> Professional Development for Professionals working in the Health, Welfare and Education Sectors. Are You? looking for an innovative way of supporting people in need? needing a flexible approach that can work with individuals, families & groups? wanting a proven method for engaging ‘hard to reach’ clients? favouring an evidence based model of practice? […]

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Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Aotearoa (PADA) 2020 Seminar Series – Greymouth

04/11/2020 @ All Day – To Register>> Information and Networking about Antenatal & Postnatal Anxiety and Depression. These seminars provide professional development for those supporting families affected by mental illness related to pregnancy, childbirth and early parenthood. When participants leave each seminar, they will better understand how these topics impact families and have strengthened their knowledge and skills to help […]

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